Acupuncturist & Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner — Dr Dennis Jang

Acupuncture is a form of needle therapy, which involves inserting fine, sterile needles into different points in the body in order to treat disease or relieve pain. The needles are believed to restore normal functions in the body. When the acupuncture needles are inserted they send signals to the brain that promote healing by activating the body’s existing self-healing abilities. Acupuncture works by stimulating the central nervous system (the brain and spinal cord) to release chemicals called neurotransmitters and hormones. These chemicals dull pain, boost the immune system and regulate various body functions.

Dr Dennis Jang B.Ch.Sc., B.Hlth.Sc. (TCM), M.Chir.
Dr Dennis Jang B.Ch.Sc., B.Hlth.Sc. (TCM), M.Chir.Acupuncturist/Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner & Chiropractor

Meet Dr Dennis Jang

Dr. Dennis Jang is our Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, as well has very experienced Chiropractor. Dr. Jang was born in Sydney, and grew up on the Northern Beaches, so he’s no stranger to coastal culture. He gained his Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic degrees from Macquarie University, and his Bachelor of Health Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from UTS. He has extensive experience treating musculoskeletal pain disorders in Australia and internationally, including during a sabbatical in South Korea, where he worked for a number of months in one of the country’s largest Traditional Chinese Medicine clinics.

Dennis is available in West Gosford and Green Point.

Acupuncture Consultation Fees

Initial Consultation


Standard Consultation


Health Fund Rebates

If you are in a health fund a rebate may apply. The rebate can usually be claimed on the spot (depending on your fund) through our Tyro Terminal, so that you only pay the gap.


A Medicare rebate is currently not available for Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations without 24 hours’ notice and “no shows” may incur a fee or result in prepayment being required for future bookings.